Motel 6 Cedar City
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- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Non-smoking hotel
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Clean room and wonderful staff.
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This is the part of the trip where we are not going to make many miles for a while. We are on the Colorado Plateau, a raised part of the U.S. that straddles states such as Colorado, Utah, Arizona, New Mexico and Nevada. The plateau is mostly a desert landscape so it is somewhat ironic that it is water, via its eroding powers, that has created some …
... turned into oncoming traffic but Darren insists his quick reflexes and quick thinking will always get us through!
Whilst here we explored Bryce Canyon National Park, Cedar Monument Park and drove up through the mountains, its the beginning of Fall and the trees are starting to change colour, they look really stunning, I would love to be here in a months time. There were lots of cabins and we stopped at a lovely ski resort town for a nice lunch. ...
... spine of the mountain in which both sides drop down to the canyon below. The chain link rail provides limited comfort as grabbing the swinging support line throws your balance off. We felt like Edmund Hilary tackling the final step to Everest's summit named in his behave except for us we had couples arguing about making the final climb from the ascent. One scared of the acute climb with the other trying to ...
... to Zion were booked and/or outrageously expensive, so we had opted to book a room at the Super 8 in Hurricane, about half an hour west of the park. It is clean and air conditioned, and has good wifi and a TV to watch a bit of the Olympics, so it was a good break.
Back into Zion tomorrow and then more camping en route to Bryce...
... and I must agree It’s it a very good hike.
We left very early with full camel packs, some food, our Garmin, my camera and our GoPro camera. St George was quiet as we left, it was cool at just over 90deg F. We only had 43 miles of gas in the car so we had to get some fuel soon. Our Silver Slug does 19MPG. Considering this was a Sunday morning in Utah, the Mormon state, most thing were shut, I had visions of Moab 2007! I pulled into one gas station, landed ...